I fully admit I put myself and my health last out of my family. Which is not a good thing. I need to learn to take care of myself better, while making sure my family is healthy. About a month ago, I started taking Provella to *hopefully* take a step in the right direction. Thanks to the Provella Blog Tour with Mom Central I am doing a little something more each day to maintain my health and become a little healthier.
What is Provella? Glad you asked. We all know what bacteria is, and most people think of bacteria as a bad thing, but not all bacteria is bad and that is where Provella helps out. Provella is a probiotic designed for women to promote digestive, feminine, and immune health. I love that is geared specifically toward women to help with those issues regular multi-vitamins may not take care of. Check out these fact sheets on Provella (click on photo for full size):
Going to be frank here for a moment, I am not a regular kind of gal but I have noticed that since taking Provella I have become a little more regular. Whether that is coincidence or Provella doing it’s work I can’t say for sure. I’ve definitely noticed a difference in how I feel since taking Provella. Will it work for everyone? I can’t say that it will with certainty because we are all different, but it seems to be for me. Here’s a little video to share a bit more with you about Provella:
If you are interested in trying out Provella, head to http://www.provella.com/momcentral for a $6.00 off coupon. You can also purchase Provella online at Drugstore.com. Why not give it a try today, it’s time for your to put your health first. Note: if you experience any adverse effects while taking Provella, here is a toll-free hotline you can call: 1-855-899-9180
**I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Provella. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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